PlayStation Collections Available Now
Author: Ryan Winslett
published: 2012-08-29 08:44:24
If you're new to the PlayStation family, or perhaps just missed out on a bunch of the console family's biggest titles up until this point, then Sony has a few new titles you might want to take a gander at. They're called the PlayStation Collections, and each one of them offers a massive dose of games from series like Ratchet and Clank, inFamous and God of War, and they're all available right now.
Being sold at retailers across the country and digitally through the PlayStation Network beginning on Sept. 25, God of War Saga, inFamous Collection and Ratchet and Clank Collection offer some of the best bang for your buck in gaming history. And that's not hyperbole. Each of these packages is absolutely packed with content at a discount price.
If nothing else, these collections make great Christmas gift ideas. If you know someone who will finally have a PlayStation 3 nestled under the tree this year, either one of these games will keep them jamming on their new console for days to come.
As a refresher, the God of War Saga is going for $39.99 and features HD versions of God of War and God of War II, God of War III, HD versions of God of War: Chains of Olympus and God of War: Ghost of Sparta, Trophy support for every game, bonus content and a free month of PlayStation Plus. That's five games for 40 bucks.
The inFamous Collection includes the first two inFamous games for the PS3, as well as the digital title inFamous: Festival of Blood. This package also includes extra missions, costumes, power-ups and weapons, all for $39.99.
Finally, the Ratchet and Clank Collection is just $29.99, and it offers remastered versions of the original Ratchet and Clank, Going Commando and Up Your Arsenal. There's even online multiplayer for Up You Arsenal, ass well as Trophy support for all games, an exclusive avatar celebrating the series' 10th anniversary, and early access to a Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time demo.
All three of these PlayStation Collections are available on store shelves now.
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